Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) is Here and It’s Time to Register With a Producer Responsibility Organization (PRO)


As Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) kicks off across the U.S., manufacturers should be mindful of sustainability claims, especially related to packaging materials and recycling. EPR reporting will generate significant, publicly available data, which could potentially be used in greenwashing claims against covered producers.

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About the Author: Amy L. Waite

Amy Waite remains on the pulse of developments in product liability and environmental law, particularly as it pertains to the food and agribusiness space. She focuses her practice on helping clients improve product stewardship and manage liability risk. Her regulatory proficiency is matched only by her agricultural marketing savvy, which she draws on to support clients’ business strategy.

About the Author: Thayer Elizabeth Ellis

Thayer Ellis advises domestic and international companies in all aspects of regulatory compliance in the food and beverage, cosmetics, personal care products, and dietary supplement industries.

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